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Firm sets up platform for skilled artisans

A company, I Sabi Work Nigeria Limited, has established an online platform where people can get easy access to reliable artisans in their locality at the right time with a promise of an excellent service at all times.

The MD/CEO of the company, Mrs. Oghenekevwe Omotosho, promised to deal with only skilled, efficient and reliable artisans.

On the platform, she said artisans would be registered with their phone numbers stating their business names, what they do, and proofs of their works.

Omotosho said in order to adequately deliver on these promises, the company would ensure that the artisans develop a strong customer service value and quick response time.

The chairman of the firm, Olugbenga Omotosho, said the company was people-focused and would be driven by professionalism.


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